By Langford, James Warren; Langford, James Warren; Langford, Martha; Langford, John W
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Second, the photographic opportunities that presented themselves were eventless – that is, devoid of journalistic interest. There are mass-media precedents for those kinds of everyday images as well – Warren Langford would not otherwise have taken them – but their taking within the context of a Cold War tour gives them a particular quality, affording us a look behind the curtain of mass-media photographic propaganda. Pictures of people in their everyday lives are the basic product of social documentary photography: influential European and American models, such as MassObservation, the Farm Security Administration, and the Photo League.
Sherrill E. T. 20 Landscaping the North photographically projects the photographer onto northern experience. 21 Upon their arrival at Fort Churchill, the ndc visitors were given a Cold Weather briefing in preparation for their taste of winter warfare training as conducted for Canada and other nato countries by the Canadian Army. Each member of the course had been issued an Arctic kit, including mukluks that were given close critical scrutiny by our father in that same postcard home. Banter recorded in Course Sixteen’s “Trip Lines” suggests that not everyone took part in the exercise; Warren Langford opted in.
107 Chronicling the magazine’s evolution through the Cold War and anti-colonial struggles, they rehearse many of the themes and motifs that can be found in Warren Langford’s photographs, not just in Africa but also in the Canadian North. The ideological pattern of National Geographic can be fuzzy when its cameras are turned on the Other. It comes into sharp focus when the spotlight turns on You. In 1947 another article that must have circulated widely in Canada’s capital was “Exploring Ottawa,” a lengthy feature whose first two photographs feature Canadian prime minister Mackenzie King with British field marshal Viscount Montgomery in one and with US president Harry S.
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